NASCAR Dreams Parade Lap Rides
TAKE A LAP WITH NASCAR DRIVER TONY STEWART!
Now is your chance to get up close and personal with your favorite driver. The winning bidder will have the opportunity to ride in the parade lap vehicle during driver introductions for the 2012 Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on October 7, 2012.
Each winning bidder is allowed one guest to accompany them in the garage prior to the parade lap, however this guest is not included in the vehicle. This guest must be over the age of 18 years.
1. Must be at least 18 years of age and able to enter into legally binding contract.
2. Individual riding in the parade lap must submit to criminal background check per NASCAR regulations.
3. Payment must be received within 24 hours of auction end due to time required for background check.
4. Failure to check in by specified time on October 7, 2012 (winning bidder will receive check-in time and information in an e-mail after the close of the auction), may result in forfeiture of package.
5. In case of rain, parade lap rides are likely to be cancelled. NO RAINCHECKS or REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED. Auction does not include transportation or lodging.
6. All bidders must comply with NASCAR Foundation policies and procedures.
PLEASE NOTE: This event can be physically demanding and fast paced. Please remember that the drivers are in their offices – this is their job! They are preparing to run a race and are graciously sharing this time with you. The NASCAR Foundation cannot and does not guarantee any driver autograph. Due to NASCAR media contracts, you may have a reporter or television crew in the vehicle as well, please let them do their job.
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